Trail Shoes

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Ozark Trail
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The North Face
GoLite
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Genders

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Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$500 and above

Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Salomon Men's X Ultra 2 GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Great long distance hiking shoe for lightweight and reliability. Ideal for people with back issues that wish to have supportive, lightweight trail boots with ankle support. I'm a woman with large feet (women's 11) and I do long distance hiking in the UK/Ireland/US. I walk at least two hours a day during my work life and up to 12 hours a day when I'm on the trail. I sized up after my first pair and haven't had any issues since. My feet tend to need more room when walking under a loaded pack for a… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Waterproof

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This product is a very good shoe for the average hiker who might encounter uneven terrain and possible wet conditions. No break-in period needed. Breathes very well and kept feet dry when walking through hardened snow and wet forest floor. Can take a beating, only downside is that I dried them by a campfire and sole started to separate from heat. Full review

Vibram Women's FiveFingers KSO

rated 4 of 5 stars I have been wearing my Vibrams for four years. I can hike a mile upriver on a wooded trail then float down through class 1/2 rapids. They form to your feet making it safer to climb on rocks which can be slimey and slippery. You could jog or run in them, but it is painful on the feet when there are rocks, ie gravel roads. I bought this product four years ago and still wear them whenever I go kayaking or for a float down the river at our house, basically any water sport where you don't want your feet… Full review

Salomon Men's X Ultra 2 GTX

rated 3 of 5 stars Good waterproof walking shoe for all round light backpacking. Fit: If you are used to Salomon fitting this is consistent with the rest of their sizing. It has a larger internal volume than their trail runners, similar length, and is a little wider than the XA Pro 3D. The heel cup is not as narrow as their trail runners.  For non-Salomon users they tend to run narrow but the length is consistent with other brands. I have a medium width foot and I find some Salomon trail runners too narrow, but this… Full review

La Sportiva Men's FC Eco 2.0 GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A tougher hiking shoe good for muddier, looser trails and heavier packs. I found it best for light (not ultralight) backpacking. Used for one summer season so far. The shoe fit well out of the box. I wear size ~10.5 normally and a 44.5 was perfect. The heel took some time to break in but after some light use was not a problem. It's a very supportive and strong shoe that I found perfect for rocky terrain and light backpacking, where I was willing to trade away from weight and breathability for more… Full review

Denali Hiker

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I bought the Denali hiker, style name Birch. I wore them one month and the entire sole fell off. I purchased these on sale for $60. I wore them one month and the whole bottom fell off. Hard to walk and get back to your vehicle when the sole comes off from the front to the back and is flopping around. Then I tried to glue them back together but that did not work. Junk! The only thing that was still good was the new shoestrings. So I paid $60 for an extra pair of shoestrings. JUNK!! This kind of… Full review

Salomon Women's X Ultra Prime

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight trail runner style shoe. Super grippy. Comfy right out of the box! In my quest for the perfect shoes, I tried these. From the start I really liked them. I kind of felt like I never wanted to take them off!   They feel wonderful right out of the box. The insoles are soft and comfortable but provide no support. I did swap them out for Superfeet insoles right away. I don't feel that they provide adequate arch support on their own. On my first hike, they felt really good. I had good traction… Full review

Salomon Men's X Ultra 2 GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The best compromise when the situation calls for more ankle coverage or over ankle Gore-tex protection, but you don't want to put on boots that weigh as much as your pack. Fit: I usually wear a 9.5, but wear a 10 in these. If you're going to put some hours into these, expect to size up 1/2 a size for foot swell. Comfort: Zero break-in. No blisters. Has movement at times when not cranked down, but still no hot spots. Support: I wore heavy boots for years, and don't buy into ankle support on hiking… Full review

AKU Nef GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These are gorgeous Italian lightweight hikers with top notch construction and materials. Fit is excellent on low-mid-volume foot (men's euro 44). The "teeth" of these lightweight hikers was surprising through a few miles of hardscrabble Wasatch bushwhacking. Super impressive. These are gorgeous Italian lightweight hikers with top notch construction and materials. My first use out of the box involved inadvertently going three miles off-trail speed hiking/running to catch a closing (summertime) lift… Full review

Top-Rated Trail Shoes

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Teva Gannett WP Mesh
$10
 
Keen Parker Shoes
$13
 
user rating: 2 of 5 (8)
Ozark Trail Tyrell
$20 MSRP
Merrell Capra Bolt Lace Waterproof
$27
Hi-Tec Hillside Low WP
$27 - $54
Merrell Chameleon Low
$27 - $55
Hi-Tec Palo Alto EZ JR
$30
Patagonia Nine Trails
$31 - $45
Hi-Tec Bandera Low Waterproof
$32 - $64
Keen Koven WP
$32 - $109
Keen Koven Low
$33 - $54
The North Face Venture
$35
The North Face Equity
$37
GoLite XT Comp
$38
GoLite XT 90
$38
Columbia Trailhawk
$40
Hi-Tec Contra Low Waterproof
$40
Teva Kimtah Mesh
$40
Hi-Tec Florence Low WP
$40 - $69
Hi-Tec Romsey Low WP
$40 MSRP
L.L.Bean Rocky Coast Multisport Shoes
$40 - $59
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Columbia Kaibab
$65 MSRP
 
Keen Joey
$42
The North Face Hedgehog Hiker
$42 - $120
Columbia Peakfreak Nomad
$44
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Salomon X Ultra Prime
$45 - $100
Keen Monica MJ CNX
$45 - $49
Columbia Ventrailia
$45 - $89
Teva Sky Lake
$90 MSRP
Millet Alpine LTK Low
$45
Columbia Redmond Waterproof
$47 - $90
Adidas AX 2 CF
$48
GoLite Lime Lite
$48
New Balance 577 Walking Shoe Lace
$49 - $74
Columbia Powervent
$50
Merrell Geomorph Blaze
$50
Merrell Rockbit Cove
$50 - $53
Keen Chandler CNX
$50 - $54
L.L.Bean Trail Model 4 Ventilated Hiking Shoes
$50 - $79
Merrell Capra Rapid
$50 - $99
Columbia Adventurer Moc
$50
Hi-Tec Perpetua Low WP
$52
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Hi-Tec Trail Blazer
$52
The North Face Litewave
$54 - $89
user rating: 0.5 of 5 (1)
Vasque Inhaler Low
$54 - $119
 
Patagonia Evader
$55
 
Patagonia Spotter
$55
Keen Reisen Lace
$55 - $109
Merrell Siren Sport 2 Waterproof
$55 - $110
 
Cabela's Grandview Low Hikers
$55
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